andBeyond Phinda Vlei Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews andBeyond Phinda Vlei Lodge Phinda Private Game Reserve
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... s an indulgence that once or twice in a life time, or in my case, three times, which I am prepared to pay for to see Gods amazing creation in all its natural and raw wonder.
This third occasion was particularly special as I had two of my daughters and two of my grandchildren here to visit me. I had last visited Phinda with Crissie and Glen and their three boys two years ago and now Crissie was back for a short visit. My oldest daughter Catherine had never ...
... school had crossed the road to join the primary school group on the verandah and had began to sing. The group voice was magnificent with several girls taking it in turns to call the lead phrases that were repeated by the whole choir. Rising and falling the sound seemed to flow one way and the other as did the group swaying in time to the singing. Teachers and the smaller children joined in to the singing and clapped along at appropriate intervals. I ...
... eye they looked just like rocks.
They were standing around and eating. Looking around we noticed another very small herd on another hill. The two small herds seemed to be walking towards each other. We stayed for a while to watch them and then continued on. Paul's plan for the morning was to drive along the 4x4 track.
We arrived at the start of the 4x4 track and crossed a small river. Further along we stopped to watch a small dazzle of zebras as ...
... afternoon, all three of them are flat on their backs, stuffed full, hardly able to move! We get up close, and just sit and watch. Every now and again, one will stir, roll over, sigh, fall asleep. The male gets up, wanders about, sniffs a female in hope, she snarls angrily, so he lies down again.It’s getting dark, we’re deep in the bush, so Kevin is keen to get out before it’s too dark. Even so, it’s a mission extracting ourselves.
Eventually back at ...
... His name was David Rattray and he won many awards for his research and contribution to the local Zulu people. Seemingly he was one of the most sort after public speakers in the world. We had a brief talk from one of his three sons last night and it was clear he had inherited his fathers skill at delivering an amusing ...